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will cause problems in the future and we are getting a look at what still needs to be done. ktvu's tom vacar joins us now, live in the news room where he  is pouring through the paper work. >> reporter: it is plenty of paper work. thousands of items. >> reporter: the bridge that was open labor day meets all requirements but it is not done. punch lists is 8 different lists, 147 pages, details thousands of things still needing work. there are a multitude of modifications, corrections and repairs needed before the contractor can walk away. lists were created by engineers who crawl all over the structure making it a work in progress instead of a final list. many of the items are cosmetic issues like removing rust and repainting, retightening ult bolts -- bolts, installations of washers, replacing temporary bolts with permanent ones were accomplished long ago. most show what list still need attention. i will pour over this all night and tomorrow to see if there are any surprises or major problems. >> reporter: and if you want to see that list we are posting it to www.ktvu.com. tom vacar, ktvu ch
get a ticket for that and the price varies on the jurisdiction. live in petaluma, ken wayne, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> new details in the case of a 14-year-old girl who was hit and killed by a train. we are learning more before the train hit. jenna betti was on the tracks with her girlfriend before the train hit her and tonight her boyfriend is posting about their last moments together. ktvu's ann rubin is in martinez. the community is devastated. >> reporter: that's right. authorities wanted to clear up one aspect of the investigation. they said there has been speculation about a vacuum created by the train that drew the teen towards it. that was not the case. they say the crew members watched as two teens ran from the tracks and one ran back on. >> reporter: students wore pink in her honor, it was jenna betti's favorite color, they hoped it would help them. >> everyone was crying. depressing. >> how is this real? how did this happen? we haven't eveb processed it yesterday -- even processed it yet. >> reporter: jenna betti was hit and killed by a passing train. it appears she was
updated as well. brian flores, ktvu channel 2 news. >> we'll check back for an update. if you are headed out the door, we will have continuing coverage of the brt delays on mobile ktvu and ktvu.com. you can also fool us on twitter and took for the latest updates. >>> 7:06. new this morning, oakland mayor jean quan cast a tie-breaking vote in favor of a controversial new surveillance center. >> the mayor has cast an aye vote. and the item passes. [chanting] >> there were jeers in city council chambers -- in the city council chambers. this will be a central base for collecting information from the police, surveillance cameras. opponents fear it will be used to spy on people. mayor quan trying to ease fears voted for a measure that only covers surveillance at the port of oakland and not the entire city. >>> 7:07. the hercules high school transgender student who reported a hate crime attack has recanted that story. the teen who is by logically female had told police he was leaving a boys' bathroom at the school monday morning when three other boys attacked him. police say in a followup inter
in fremont at the spot of another serious crash. this one is at washington and olive streets. ktvu's alex savidge just arrived on scene and is gathering details. we'll have a live report in a minute. it's monday, march 3rd. i'm tori campbell. >> i'm dave clark. >>> let's talk about weather and traffic. we have rosemary in for steve. >> good morning to you. it is sun up. but not shining on us. take a look at all of this gray. you can even detect a few rain cells on the scene. let's get to the north bay. we're mostly cloudy. we remain mainly dry. perhaps a little bit of drizzle out there this morning. coming in, in time for your afternoon commute. and for the north bay, it will be sooner than that. let me time it out for you. picking it up this morning, still to the north of us. as we get into 8:00, 9:00. it creeps into sonoma county. as we get into the lunch hour, it doesn't go any farther than that. here we are in the noontime, still over the north bay, perhaps over parts of sonoma county. as we get into 2:00, 3:00, things start to change. it begins to fill in along the central and south
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